Aphrodite

The Syrian king Theias had a daughter named Myrra or Smyrna. The fury of Aphrodite awakened him to want to make an incest relationship with his father.
Smyrna succeeded in fooling Theias with the help of the nanny Hippolyte and joined him for twelve nights. But, on the twelfth night, Theias noticed her daughter's game and took her knife down to hunt him down.

Myrrha (myrrha), in the face of this danger, worshiped God. And the gods have turned him down. Ten months later, the tree was creepy, cracked, and a child came out. They gave the child the name Adonis.
Affected by the child's beauty, Aphrodite took it and secretly entrusted it to Persephone for breeding. But Persephone fell in love with the child and did not want to give it back to Aphrodite. In this battle between the two goddesses Zeus served as a referee.

Some researchers say that Mousa (Musa) Kalliope is arbitrating for Zeus. Finally, it was decided that Adonis would spend four months of the year in Aphrodite, four months in Persephone, and the other four months in the place he wanted. But Adonis always spent two thirds of the year in Aphrodite and three in Persephone.

Later on, Artemis' anger (which is not exactly known why he had advanced) inflicted a boar on Adonis's head and wounded the boar Adonis during a hunt. A mythos, born of a tree and under the ground of a third of the year, and which, in the person of this day's child who came to daylight to unite with the goddess of love and spring, uttered in a symbolic manner the secrets of the arrangement of the plants, is this first sketchy form, There is clear information about the cause of the damnation of Aphrodite. According to this, Kyrkhreis, the wife of Kinyras (instead of Theia) and Smyrna's mother, hurt the goddess by claiming that her daughter was better than Aphrodite, and the goddess also aroused this grave crime in Smyrna to punish this mistake. When Smyrna realizes that her passion is incestuous, she wants to hang herself first, but at this time the nanny comes up and advises her to satisfy her passion. As incest is realized, the young woman is hid by the forest in embarrassment; Here, Aphrodite turns him into a sledgehammer, pitying his victim. And Smyrrna's father smashes the crust of the tree with a swordhead, raising the small Adonis to daylight.

Or, a wild boar (with the young man foretelling the way of death), with its sharp teeth, breaks the bark of the tree, allowing the baby to come out of the tree. The Hellenistic poets, Adonis, were brought up by the Nymphas and portrayed in the countryside, in the woods, suckling or hunting. As for the witchcraft that led to his death, it is argued that this is not Artemis', but the jealousy of Aphrodite's Ares, or Apollo's desire to avenge Aphrodite (because Aphrodite sees Apollon himself naked when washed) His son Erymanthos blinded). Adonis miti, kah İdalion hill, kah passes in Lebanon. Byblos was passing by a river named Adonis, and this river was painted every year on the day of the anniversary of Adonis's death anniversary. Many flower motifs are linked to the story of Adonis; Not only the mythical origin of the fragrant resin (Myrra's tears), but also the laughing bond to it: at first the smile was white; But as Aphrodite ran after his wounded friend, a thorn settled down on his foot and the blood stained red with this flower that had been dedicated to him. The mountain ladies were believed to have come from the blood of the wounded Adonis. Idil poet Bion tells the goddess that Adonis is as teary as the flowing blood, and that every drop of tears is a laugh, and every drop of blood is a mountaineer. Aphrodite created a memorial day in honor of his friend; On this day, Syrian women were celebrating every year in the spring. Vizzas, trunks, etc. The seeds were sown and watered with hot water for a quick finish. These were called 'the gardens of Adonis'. The plants that were struggling in this way died shortly after they had landed on the soil, and so they were symbolizing the fate of Adonis. Women, on the other hand, were lamenting the destiny of Aphrodite's beloved young man. This myth is said to be Hebrew. The name of the god is derived from the word which means Hebrew 'master'. The Adonis shrub spread throughout the Hellenic Mediterranean. The figurines of Adonis mythology are also found in Etruscan mirrors. The name of the god of plant and rebirth in the beliefs of the ancient Sami people is Adonis. It means 'the owner', 'master', 'rabb'. Dumuzi, Tammuz, Attis cultures, but details are different. Cultural origin is Nega (byblus) on the Syrian coast. The jungle god in this area has replaced Hay-tau. In addition, the plant and harvest gods in the Ugarit region took the roles of Mot and Aleyin. Identified with corn; The post-harvest death of Egypt was thought of as the death of a divine god.